Our life as in colorful shadows and consciousness

“Our life’s journey is similar to a light’s path. We constantly emit light through our soul and when that light hits or interferes with other bodies, their shadows are formed in our brain as Memories. The shade of shadows depends upon the intensity and time we spend with that other soul.” – Jackie Jain

Memories serves the best example of teleportation to the past. Within a second we travel to a world once we used to live in the past. Isn’t it great that we can feel it! We can see the pictures of our past in our brain, we can learn from them, cherish them and share them. How is it possible?! May be because they are stored in our brain as colorful pictures. They are held by neurons with the color values. In between white light and dark shadows, our colorful memories dwell.

You may have heard about a concept called ‘Colored shadows’! It is an interesting concept in which we can see the shadows of objects being colorful. For that to happen the light source have to be of different colors. If we focus different colored light sources on a body, due to the ‘principle of additive color mixing of light’ we can see multiple shadows each in different color, where each color being the reflection of color of each of the light sources. So when reading about this topic I got a crazy thought, are we all just the colored shadows? Are we just reflections of our thoughts? Do all we exist in real? Or we all are just like light which have hit an opaque body and we all are going through reflection, refraction, interference and diffraction of ourselves and other living beings being the light patterns of a different light source? Because our visible spectrum is very small when compared to the total light spectrum.

Is anything in this world real? Don’t say that just because you can see or you can feel things they are real. I mean what tells you whether they are real or fictional? For example what tells you that the featured quote of this post and what you are reading now is not related? What is making you compare and decide? How you can tell that your decision is right?

We didn’t create nature. We don’t know whether they are real. We learn from nature and get some ideas. We develop them into theories which may or may not be true. We just assumed what we believed as true and taught it to the world, which then became world wide accepted concepts. We all have right to learn and understand the basic principles of theories. Because they are not made by the flawless nature, they are made by humans. Not every theory is correct in its development and concept. We may have just fitted them so that they perfectly fit in a puzzle. For example nature gives a clue to one of our question as ‘a thing which is round and have the order of c o i _ ‘ and we assumed it to be coin and we made it a world wide accepted concept. But what if it was a ‘c o i l’ ? And when it comes to round, recently I was confused when I compared what I read and what we were taught at school!

Is our Earth flat? My eye hit this topic recently. Many colorful shadows have formed in my brain regarding this concept. There are a lot of videos in YouTube claiming this. First I laughed a lot, but slowly and slowly my laughter disappeared. Suddenly I started to believe what they said.  It was because of perfect explanation of each and every phenomenon. Just like the puzzle as above, I was confused. Our earth is round for sure, but is it sphere? Or is it like disc? I am not saying they are completely true about the theory. But they have fitted coin in the puzzle. Just think. Don’t compare what you are seeing with what you were taught. Just think afresh. Not only on this but on everything. No one said science is only for Scientists! Bring out the science in you. That’s our purpose. Don’t get distracted by the materialistic things.

Our consciousness level is just like a mapping technique. When we see something with our eyes we just see it with our lens, nothing more. It is our brain which recognizes what we see and then gives us the output. So thus there are answers in our brain. But we have set a wrong formula in our brain. We have set information which we were taught as true and the base of comparison. Then we compare everything with them being unaware of their truth and reality. So compare things with what you see and what you think they may work like. Who knows you may come with a different theory.

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Image source: Dream Hawk

We all should try to increase our consciousness level. We should try to tune in with frequency of nature and science. We should try to understand nature and science behind it. I am also on the same path. It is never easy but it is worth exploring!
So discover the colorful shadows of your life.

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Image source: Spiritual Cleansing

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Any hey… I am going to my home town in Rajasthan with my family for a 15 day tour which will start from 17th of this month. Yes, day after tomorrow. Not even couple of days are remaining. That’s why I was unable to read all your posts from some time. Ultra busy. Shopping, packing and planning. I am not sure whether I will be able to post when on tour, as it would become difficult to juggle. But I will try though.

And have you watched the 2nd trailer of Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War? Isn’t it great! Excited about it. But what happened to Spider man’s voice? 😛
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Wishing everyone a very very beautiful week ahead. Wish me happy journey in advance. And as always, thanks for reading.

A key journey in a train with a stranger

It was a hot sunny October afternoon of 2015, when I stepped into the railway station of LokManya Tilak Terminus (LTT). I checked out the electronic display fixed near the enquiry office and came to know that my train will be arriving on platform number 3 at 12:43 pm. I checked out my watch. It was 12:30 pm. I rushed to the stair case. When I stepped down the stair case on the other side, I reflexed back in a shock. Seeing the platform completely filled with passengers suddenly made me feel more concerned about our growing population. I just imagined the book Inferno by Dan Brown which was in my bag, which I had picked to read in that journey from LTT to my home, Kakinada. Note that I have already read that book twice till that date.  For a moment I wished that Bertrand Zobrist should exist in real.

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* Train tickets mentioned here are just because this is a train journey and life engine because engine is related to train *

I stepped into the train when it arrived. S5 coach, Berth No. 32 it was. I always prefer Upper berth when I travel alone, because of the freedom it offers. Just go and sleep whenever you need, no issues. I surveyed the people around, a couple in their late 60’s sitting near the window seat, a man sitting with a smart phone in his hand and another man sleeping on the other upper berth of the compartment. Not a single person which I wished to see. No colors in the compartment.

The train blew horns and the tires started to roll slowly making the passengers feel the effect of a mild earthquake. After 10 minutes of doing nothing, a young man in his late 20’s came along with his wife and a 3 to 4 year old son. Finally something to feel happy about. Hey, I am talking about the small cute baby son. He came to me and asked where I was going. I said Kakinada town, the final stop. He then requested me that they are two members and they got tickets to Secunderabad in two different coaches S 5 and S 9. First we went to S9 and there no one could shift to S 5 as some were with their families and somewere old enough not to shift. Then he requested me to shift to S 9 as I was travelling alone. His berth number was 31 and mine was 32. Seeing his wife and their 3 year old son, I was not able to say No. I said I will shift at the next stop. They thanked me and arranged their luggage in the space provided under the lower berths. The train stopped after 15 min at the next stop and the guy said S 9 coach, Berth No. 41. I controlled my anger hearing the berth number, and finally got down. Shit! Lower Berth.

When I stepped in S 9, which I consider lucky number for me, I moved to the berth No. 41. Just 3 people were seated in the compartment of 8. And that young man said that no one could shift, he should have said that half of the compartment was empty. Let it be. A couple in their 40’s were sitting and chatting, I mean both on their own smart phones. One man in his early 50’s was sitting at the window opposite to me. At least I got a window seat here. That man in his early 50’s started the conversation.

“So that couple which came here few minutes back exchanged this seat to you?” he asked.

I said “Yes”.

He nodded his head and said “Good.” and then he asked “Where are you going?”

I said “Kakinada” and asked “You?”

He said “Secunderabad”.

And the conversation took off from introduction to all trending topics then, around the world. Till evening we talked a lot about the worldly affairs, politics, economics, population and marriages in India. Then for a break, we just sat watching nature outside for some time, it felt good.

Then we took tea and while drinking it, he said that after a long time he talked in this way to a stranger. I said me too. Then we started to talk about our lives. He asked what you do? I said I completed my B.Tech last year. He nodded and asked now what you do?  I said “I help my father in his business . . And I also blog” Then I explained him about blogging and what revolutions it can create if we use it in a good way. Then he told me about his daughter and her determination to follow her passion. He told that his daughter started to learn Japanese at a very young age, as she was fascinated by that language. Even though many people in their family opposed it, she didn’t let down her passion. She then got an offer as a translator in a company as the clients of company were Japanese. Then she flew to Japan, and settled down there.

I was very much inspired by the story. And he started to tell about his parents and told that he is very lucky to have such parents. He appreciated a lot about CIPLA’s initiative of treating Cancer Patients for free. There was a center of CIPLA where they treated Cancer patients.  There he admitted one of his relative who was suffering from Cancer and CIPLA took extreme care. There were lot of patients and CIPLA treated each and every person with utmost Care.  He told that he saw many people dying there, and told how precious life was.

He told to follow the passion as we will never get another life to follow our passion. I made up my mind that I will not give up blogging, which earlier I thought of giving up. I even stopped blogging for six consecutive months before from (Jan 2015 to June 2015). Then he told about his reason for his trip to Hyderabad (Twin city of Secunderabad),  as one of his relative was not feeling well, and that relative’s son called him to visit them once.

Time had passed over 9 pm then, so we started having dinner. We shared our food. My dad’s sister (Lives in New Vashi from where I travelled to LTT for boarding that train) packed me pooris and curry along with some khakras. He brought chapatis and we shared them. Then we had a little chat on spiritual and divine topics. He told that he visited a village ( a village near to my place) twice and he felt solace and calmness by visiting temples in that place. He told that his wife played an important role in taking him to spiritual path. I never visited that place even though I heard it before. I made up my mind that I will visit that place once.

It was over 11pm, and he said he sleeps by 11. Hyderabad which we will reach by 4 in the morning, I told him to wake me up by 3:30 am. But when I woke up, it was 7 am and he was gone. I told him thanks in my mind. I brushed my teeth and then had tea and Idli at the next station. Dan Brown would be angry with me that I didn’t even take out the book during the entire day of the journey. Just like Dan Brown unlocks the mysteries in a thrilling way, Life unlocked the key to my passion, in a most unexpected way. Who would have thought that my shift from S 5 to S 9 will shift my thinking on life. I felt inspired that day and in the afternoon I stepped down from Train on the Platform of Kakinada Town with a new ray of happiness and hope.

I knew that even though new year was four months ahead, my new year has started then. My new way of thinking towards life. To bring out the creativity in me, no matter what. I left behind the nervousness and depressions I have gone through then. I knew that a new sunshine is waiting to spread the golden rays on my future. I looked forward for my life with passion and determination to succeed.

Thank you uncle. This was my key Journey in a train with a stranger, now who is not a stranger anymore. Thanks for reading.

*Everything mentioned in this blog post is real*

I submit this blog post for entries in two different blogging contests held by two India’s largest blogging Communities. Glad that I am part of both these Communities, Indiblogger and Blogadda.

1.) I submit this Blog post for #SpreadTheVibe contest held by Indiblogger and winners being chosen by Youth Ki Awaaz.

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2.) And also I submit this blog post  for an activity #TalesOf2015 held by Blogadda.
I am sharing my #TalesOf2015 with BlogAdda.

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Happy New Year to everyone. Keep the passion alive.  Thanks for reading.

A walking human tree

She planted some seeds of her memory in my brain few years ago, which she doesn’t remember. The seeds obtained the required nutrients from the food I ate and water I drank. They started growing, day by day. Don’t know how the sun-shine entered my brain, the plants initiated the Photo-synthesis process in my brain. Now those seeds of her memory have grown into trees. The trees breath on their own, disturbing my nervous system. The neurons of my brain are completely replaced by branches of her memories. I never thought that those wonderful memories will turn my life into these irritating trees. Just like fruits, her memories are growing on these trees every time, I think I have to survive only on her memories. Yes, I am a walking human tree now.

Thanks for reading.